As a keen runner and netball player I enjoy writing about sport, exercise and leisure activities along with a diverse range of social and lifestyle issues.
This year I have made an effort to offer remote work experience opportunities to journalism students, knowing how difficult it has been to get newsroom placements. I had the idea to expand this to a national scheme and link up freelance journalists with those seeking...
To mark the launch of our book Freelancing for Journalists, Emma Wilkinson and I wrote this article for Journo Resources on getting started in freelance journalism.
I had pitched this story about making your own loo roll a couple of years ago but it wasn't until panic buying struck during the coronavirus outbreak that the story got snapped up by The Sun Digital Fabulous. Read the full story here.
I covered this story on the benefit of listening to high tempo music whilst exercising, for the South China Morning Post whilst Hong Kong was in COVID-19 lock down. Read the full article here.
I love to run. I love to talk to people about running and I love to write about running. This year I am taking on my first 100k ultra marathon. So I was delighted when I was able to write this article for the South China Morning Post on why people run endurance races.
I spoke to the founders of alcohol free spirit Silk Tree Botanics about their growing Irish business for Vegan Living magazine.
I tested out five (mostly) yummy vegan subscription boxes for Vegan Living magazine. These included Huel, The Vegan Kind, leafychef, All Plants and The Vegan Larder.
I reported on this new fascinating piece of research on social media in developing countries for the South China Morning Post. Read the full article here.
I spoke to the Mayflower Project about how they are creating a safe haven for teenagers at UK festivals. Read my full article published by The Overtake here.
I managed to combine two of my passions in this article for Vegan Living magazine - veganism and running. I even got to speak to world record breaker and lifelong vegan Fiona Oakes after watching her in the documentary Running for Good and realising she would be...
I had a great time rediscovering Sheffield as a vegan hotspot after spending years there as a bleary-eyed student in my twenties. I wrote a travel piece for Vegan Living magazine exploring the many eateries, museums and beautiful scenery that the city has to offer.
Living a 100% vegan lifestyle is impossible in the modern world. But just how close can people get and what does being vegan really mean, are some of the things I discuss in this article for Vegan Living magazine.